There will be a jubilant mood at the John Smith's Stadium on Sunday as Town confirmed their top-flight status for a second season with a draw against Chelsea on Wednesday , but the Gunners will come to West Yorkshire looking to spoil the party.
The London side will have extra motivation, with Arsene Wenger taking charge of his last game for Arsenal, but Town will hope to continue their fine form and sign off the season with a win.
The Terriers have taken points off both Manchester City and Chelsea earlier this week and will be looking to continue that run into the summer, with Arsenal failing to pick up any points on the road since the turn of the year.
Here we'll bring you all the updates as David Wagner previews the clash with Wenger's Gunners.
Here it is again ...
I love the fans
Pedal 4 Pounds
Praise for the fans
Just like Dean Hoyle - who in an open letter said the fans have been the game-changer, Wagner has credited them with making a difference.
Desire, passion, hard work ... and luck
Wagner sums up what went into this incredible week.
Terrier spirit for new players
Dean Whitehead retirement
No risks on Sunday
Klopp for manager of the season
We know they are best pals so no surprise Wagner says Klopp, who has steered Liverpool to the Champions League Final, should be manager of the season
Ambition and room to improve
Small part ... not sure about that
Wagner says he was just a small part of what happened this season. I think he had a bigger part to play than he is letting on
And the party will go on ...
Here he is ... and first up is those celebrations
It will only be Wagner in the hot seat today as the players have been given an extra day of recovery after Wednesday’s celebrations
And it is clear to see why ...
Not here yet
Wonder if they are still partying ....